Bring your family and join Mrs. G for an evening of music at 7:00pm in the Meeting Room! Students from Oakwood High School will be playing holiday music featuring woodwind instruments. Be sure to also join us upstairs in the Children’s Room immediately following the performance for a Christmas story and cookies with Mrs. Mills. This program is most appropriate for families with children up to age 12. Children under age 2 must have an adult caregiver. No registration necessary.
After the voting in October, Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail by Cheryl Strayed is the final winner and will be the 2014 Dayton-area Big Read book. The Big Read will run March 10 to April 19, 2014. Keep an eye out for book club and discussion groups next spring, some of which will be hosted by Wright Library. For more information visit the Big Read website.
The Wright Library Foundation has launched its 2013 annual fund drive. The theme of this year's appeal is "Wright Memorial Public Library—for Every Chapter of Your Life."
The Foundation was created in 1997 to operate exclusively for the purpose of advancing the goals, objectives, and priorities of the Wright Library as established by the Board of Trustees of Wright Memorial Public Library. The Foundation is a component fund of The Dayton Foundation.
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